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Old 05-31-2019, 04:17 PM   #1
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side window replacement

glass broken..anyone know what needs to be done to replace one of the side sliding windows...do i need to remove frame? thanks
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Can you tell us what year and type mainship and post inside and outside pictures of the window?

Different boats have different types of windows and they sometimes get replaced with different types or are the same as on different types of boats, so a non-mainship person mifht be able to help with a picture.

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Can you tell us what year and type mainship and post inside and outside pictures of the window?

Different boats have different types of windows and they sometimes get replaced with different types or are the same as on different types of boats, so a non-mainship person mifht be able to help with a picture.

Thanks!
Mainship 40 ft. 2006. rear slide window broken - starboard side. need to replace. how do i get frame out? thanksClick image for larger version

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anyone know the manufacturer of the windows. mainship 40 2006?
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anyone know the manufacturer of the windows. mainship 40 2006?
Did you ever figure out how to get the pane out?
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Mainship Side Window replacement

To remove the window you need to remove the rubber/plastic track that the window rides in. Do not remove the frame or unscrew any screws - take out the track and that will give you the 1/2 inch clearance you need to remove the glass.
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